Gordon is among the 15% of America’s 2,600 four-year colleges to be recommended in the new edition of Princeton Review’s annual college guide, The Best 389 Colleges: 2024 Edition
On Friday, September 29, Gordon’s Homecoming and Family Weekend will kick off with an evening reception honoring nine alumni for their impactful work and faithfulness to Christ.
Professor of theology and Christian ministries Dr. Sharon Galgay Ketcham will spearhead a three-year plan to enrich spiritual formation at Gordon.
They’re experts in organic chemistry, education policy and instruction, strategic communication, foreign policy, marketing and artificial intelligence, bringing decades of industry and teaching experience into Gordon’s classrooms. Get to know the nine new faces of Gordon’s faculty.
Gordon alumna Barbara (Gration) Harbert ’76 never thought she’d return to missions work. “I didn’t want to be a missionary,” she says. “But God, in his very loving and patient way, started turning my heart.”
Gordon College introduces new and reimagined academic programs for in-demand areas of science, business, psychology, communication and more. These programs will begin in the fall of 2023.
The month of March brings awareness to those without speech, sight and other abilities that make it easier to interact in our world. Meet Gordon alumni Samuel Sennott ’04, co-creator of the transformative assistive technology software Proloquo2go.